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Discover the Beauty of Nature by Visiting Haleakalā National Park

Hawaii is more than a tourist destination, those Islands represent spiritual experience. Maui is a volcanic island in the Pacific Ocean and also it is the second-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. And guess what, on the island of Maui expends Haleakalā. Haleakalā is a United States national park that covers an area of 33,265 acres. Returning back to history, the local legend says that the demigod Maui imprisoned the sun in order to extend the length of the day. Also there is one of the largest volcanoes in the world that has been inactive since 1790. Haleakalā National Park isdivided intotwo parts, the summit area and the coastal Kipahulu area.

So if you decide to visit Haleakalā National Park do not forget to bring sun protection like hat and sunglasses, or rain protection that must include rain gear and jacket. A trip like this offers you presentation of same new things and discovery of unusual places.  See the beauty of nature by visiting the national park.

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The number of 1,450,000 visitors per year is a sufficient proof that the National Park is a place you definitely must see. 30,000 acres of public land, three separate visitor centers and a range of natural environments are worth to visit. One hike around the park is enough to be amazed. If you want to see perfect sunrise, go to the Haleakala Visitor Center because that is the best spot to complete satisfaction of the view. Be sure that your experience will be unforgettable.

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Bamboo forests are also a part of the landscape, so that the reason why most endangered species lives in Haleakalā than any other national park in the United States of America. If you love to hiking, the hours among the bamboo trees will be filled with unique array of sights and sounds. It is important to mention that the people with medical conditions should be aware that the summit of Haleakalā is at 10,000 ft. Also, there is no food or drinks, so be prepared and be careful. Haleakalā National Park is always open, it works 24 hours per day, 365 days a year.

Image by David Schroeder via Flickr

Image by David Schroeder via Flickr

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